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[13.08.14 - 19.09.14] Sibylle Eimermacher - Netherlands

“Visualizing and intensifying the intangibility of reality by fragmentation, creating conditions of instability, a state of inbetweeness... this is how I try to communicate my perception and experience of what surrounds me or gets into my hands."


Sibylle Eimermacher fra Nederland

Name: Sibylle Eimermacher

Nationality: German

Homeland: Netherlands

Town: Arnhem

Age: 35

How long are you resident? From August 14 until September 14

Have you been in Trondheim before? Yes, I was here before twice. Two years ago I visited LKV shortly when Jeroen Glas was a guest artist here and in 2003 I studied at KiT in the context of an exchange programme.

Do you wish to get in touch with somebody in Trondheim? Sure, with old friends, people I meet here, and of course my fellow residents.

Is it something you look forward to…?
Together with my fellow artists-in-residence Lena Katrine & Heidi-Anett I will make a show in Babel. I am looking forward to this. We are planning to create a work together as a kind of center piece.

About you work

Discipline: Visual arts

Technique: Mixed media (sculpture, photo, print, video, drawing)

Statement:
Visualizing and intensifying the intangibility of reality by fragmentation, creating conditions of instability, a state of inbetweeness... this is how I try to communicate my perception and experience of what surrounds me or gets into my hands.
The material/matter and its transformation during working processes go along with the transformation of meaning.  In my recent works an important aspect is the weight of matter versus its annulment and vice versa, especially the intermediate processes fascinate me. The crystallization and fossilization of paper for example, or the solidity of stone being dissolved into fragile formability.

Plans for your residency?

I am planning to visit quarry's. I am especially attracted by Thulith but also other rocks that are typically for Norway. It fascinates me, that different than in my home countries, the rocks in Norway are exposed on the surface, laying open in a certain vulnerability. Not only in quarries but in landscape in general, in the mountains and even in the woods. I am thinking about displacing stones, rearranging them, scanning their surface, it depends on the situations I find there. What interests me is the physicality of the material stone vs the intangibility of its appearance, the ever changing perception of it. I also find 'fylkesteiner' an interesting fact as for me it shows that rocks are somehow more present in people’s minds here. You know there really are crystals in the human inner ear, called otoliths, or earstones, helping us to keep balance and distinguish our horizontal from vertical position.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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